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Three charged in May assault at Schenectady's Jerry Burrell Park

Three charged in May assault at Schenectady's Jerry Burrell Park

Three charged in May assault at Schenectady's Jerry Burrell Park
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SCHENECTADY - Three people have been charged in connection with the assault of a man in Jerry Burrell Park, authorities said.

One of the three went on after the assault to take part in the alleged Sunmark bank robbery later in May, police allege.

Arrested were, Tyren L. Ivey, 22, of State Street, Devon J. Terry, 20, of Albany Street, and Robin Keith, 20, of Forest Road, records show. Keith was arrested last week, Ivey June 5 and Terry May 31.

They each face one count of second-degree gang assault, a felony defined as three or more people working together to cause serious physical injury to a victim.

The three are accused of assaulting the victim just before 12:30 p.m. May 5 at the Hamilton Hill park, according to police allegations filed in court.

The specific alleged actions of Ivey and Terry were not outlined in the police allegations filed in their cases, but Keith is accused of working with the others and specifically kicking the victim, according to the allegations.

Just over two weeks after the assault, Ivey is accused of taking part in the May 23 robbery of the Sunmark Federal Credit Union, records show.

Zachariah Etherton, 18, of Port Henry, is accused of going into the bank to rob it, but Ivey and another man, Joshua Vasquez, 25, are accused of coercion in the case, after allegedly threatening Etherton into the robbery, according to the police allegations in that case.

Ivey was charged with second-degree robbery and first-degree coercion in the Sunmark case.

 

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